“Apple is projected to have moved 69.3 million units of iPhone in fourth-quarter 2014, with China accounting for 35 percent of global sales,” Eileen Yu reports for ZDNet.
“If accurate, it would also mean the Chinese market has surpassed the U.S. for the first time to become the biggest iPhone market for Cupertino,” Yu reports. “The latest stats come from investment firm UBS and indicate a new record smartphone sales for Apple, following the launch of its iPhone 6 and 6 Pluslast September.”
Yu reports, “Citing a note from UBS analyst Steven Milunovich sent out to investors Wednesday, Apple Insider reported that the new figures would indicate a 36 percent spike in iPhone sales, or 18.3 million more iPhone units over the same quarter in 2013.”
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